Click below to check out the Volume dudes partying on the beach in new clothes.
You don’t see Lil-D stuff too often, but here he is shaking his rump around LA.
Hit em with it! Jason Enns comes through with a super solid section for Volume with lots of good rail clips and a serious banger at the end.
Mastroni puts a smile on my face. It’s always interesting to see what this dude cooks up.
Shout out to that slow-mo noise at 02:14
Since this has already been posted on thecomeup every bmxer’s cat’s goldfish will probably have seen it by now, but this is so good it warrants a post here too. Tate Roskelley must have one hell of a unique and creative mind judging by all the edits and sections he’s put out so far. He has a way of making typical spots look so fun and limitless, and doing so in a manner that is his and only his. Definitely a brilliant and refreshing section! Check it out after the jump.
For those of you who haven’t seen it, you can check out Volume’s 09 catalog “Gypsy” on their website. Rather than just throwing up the pdf, they put together a nice HTML version for your viewing pleasure. I’m real psyched on how the whole project turned out, and make sure you check out the curb dogs section. So good!
Since my last post started some heated conversation about who steels more content, I thought I’d steel some content from The Come Up and post a link to this rad photo feature of Jason Enns on the Volume site. There are some awesome riding shots along with some cool lifestyle stuff.